1. Negative Compliance as an Organizational Response to Legal Pressures: The Case of Japanese Equal Employment Opportunity Law
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  2. Liza G. Steele
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  1. Collectors and Collections: Critical Recognition of the World’s Top Art Collectors
  2. L. E. A. Braden
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  1. A Lack of Security or of Cultural Capital?: Acculturative Conservatism in the Naming Choices of Early 20th-Century US Jews
  2. Jiayin Zhang, Ezra W. Zuckerman, Elena Obukhova
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  1. Opportunity or Necessity?: Disaggregating Self-Employment and Entry at Older Ages
  2. Jeremy G. Moulton, John C. Scott
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  1. Flexible Work, Flexible Penalties: The Effect of Gender, Childcare, and Type of Request on the Flexibility Bias
  2. Christin L. Munsch
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  1. The Populist Style in American Politics: Presidential Campaign Discourse, 1952–1996
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  1. Gendering (Non)Religion: Politics, Education, and Gender Gaps in Secularity in the United States
  2. Joseph O. Baker, Andrew L. Whitehead
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  1. Rights, Economics, or Family?: Frame Resonance, Political Ideology, and the Immigrant Rights Movement
  2. Irene Bloemraad, Fabiana Silva, Kim Voss
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  1. The Use of Disruptive Tactics in Protest as a Trade-Off: The Role of Social Movement Claims
  2. Dan J. Wang, Alessandro Piazza
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  1. Production Networks and Varieties of Institutional Change: The Inequality Upswing in Post-Socialism Revisited
  2. Matthew C. Mahutga, Andrew K. Jorgenson
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  1. NGOs, INGOs, and Environmental Policy Reform, 1970–2010
  2. Wesley Longhofer, Evan Schofer, Natasha Miric, David John Frank
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  1. Membership Has Its Privileges: Shared International Organizational Affiliation and Foreign Aid Flows, 1978–2010
  2. Liam Swiss, Wesley Longhofer
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  1. The Dynamics of Social Support Inequality: Maintenance Gaps by Socioeconomic Status and Race?
  2. Markus H. Schafer, Nicholas Vargas
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  1. Delayed Disadvantage: Neighborhood Context and Child Development
  2. Steven Elías Alvarado
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